Young hearts run free. From the jazz-lined streets of New Orleans to reaching new limits at Joshua Tree. We go all the way to Coachella and back with RUSSH Fashion Assistant Natalie Petrevski.
Prior to his stint pioneering the Pop Art movement, Andy Warhol was a highly sought-after commercial illustrator in New York. Explore Adman: Warhol before pop at the Art Gallery of NSW for a snapshot of this icon in his formative years in the public eye.
Visual artist, tattoo artist and friend of RUSSH, Ukraine-born Miso – aka Stanislava Pinchuk – creates works that are deeply personal and painstakingly detailed. Her latest and largest work to date, Sarcophagus, takes viewers to the Chernobyl Nuclear Exclusion Zone.
Model and artist Rachel Rutt is one half of Sydney-based electronic act Heart People, formed with Canyons DJ Ryan Grieve in pursuit of multi-sensory self expression. And with a sound like no other, Rutt is just one of the pioneering women of the city’s electronic scene set to play at Freda’s tonight as part of female-focused festival For Film’s Sake.
From Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia to the culinary delights of the La Boqueria market. Kowtow designer Gosia Piatek takes us on an inspiration trip to Barcelona.
Searching for equilibrium. Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei, British sculptor, installation artist and filmmaker Oliver Beer and Australian archaeological ceramicist Yasmin Smith have been announced to take part in the 21st Sydney Biennale.
Nolita’s newest all-day cafe is a work of art in its own right.
Life on screen. One of the world’s longest running film festivals – the Sydney Film Festival – returns for it’s 64th year.
Time after time. Chadstone’s Loewe boutique presents a special edit of the brand’s Past, Present and Future exhibition, curated by artistic director Jonathan Anderson.
Dreams die fast and hard in the desert, they say. But in Palm Springs, I’d say they’re made.